This year, I was hoping my eleven-year-old daughter had outgrown the easter egg hunt. Nope. She assured me that she hadn’t. So, after seventy-two plastic eggs were distributed around the yard, she began the hunt. As her eye spied the first egg laying partially hidden in a tuft of grass, she began to scold. “Mom.… Read More The Hunt is On!
To the One who gives birth to the children of God, And cuddles her babies under a soft wing, We bring our joy and sorrows to you this Mother’s Day. May we not simplify this day into a celebration of healthy relationships Without recognizing the pain and sorrow it brings for many. For those who… Read More A Liturgy for Mother’s Day
The kingdom of God supports and provides shelter for something that is not grown from the mustard seed itself. Something outside of the kingdom comes to make its home within.… Read More The Birds Will Come
Feminists since the 18th century have recognized that societal problems are created when we fail to keep the two sexes in both realms of influence: the private home and the public world. … Read More A Feminist Goal Rooted in Genesis
Jesus explains that God’s kingdom is not in human hands. We don’t need to incubate the eggs for the chicken species to survive and grow. And the success of God’s Word in the world is not up to us!… Read More Its Not Up to Us